So Republicans win both houses and the presidency. Bush and six years of Republican majority gave us unpaid for war, tax breaks that benefited mostly the wealthy, more people entering the ranks of the poor, unpaid for social programs like "No child left behind" and "the drugs for votes bill". They let Bin Laden go. They failed on the War on Terror. They worked with the Chamber of Commerce to send jobs to China. They widened the gap between rich and poor. The deregulated financial meltdown. The Katrina fiasco. Six terrible years of failure which left us with trillions upon trillions in debt. The number one cause of bankruptcy for Bush's entire term was medical bills, will people be insured? OK, so forget all that. Republicans now win both houses and the presidency. What do you expect different? You won't admit to voter suppression. But you know the Republican leadership wouldn't even bother if they had a message they thought Americans would want to hear. So you've smeared Obama and convinced Americans to vote Republican. Now what? What comes next? What will be the economic policy? What social policies will Republicans want to "enforce"? What is the plan to rebuild America? What will they do for the Middle Class? What about education? What will their foreign policy be? How will they heal the "divide"? How will people afford health care? What happens to Social Security? What happens to Medicare? What happens with the EPA?